While one driver finished last Sunday’s Daytona 500 happy to see his car number atop the scoring pylon, 39 others were less than ecstatic about the outcome. Included among them were many drivers whose day ended in a wreck. This was especially true for Team Penske teammates Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski, who were running 1-2 with half a lap to go but crashed together in Turn 3 and ultimately fell short of the victory they so desperately coveted. The good news? Logano, Keselowski and every other driver who left the 500 with some unfinished business will have their shot at redemption this weekend when the NASCAR Cup Series returns to Daytona International Speedway—this time on the infield road course where many drivers participated in the Busch Clash exhibition race less than two weeks ago. “I think we learned a lot in the Busch Clash,” said Aric Almirola, one of the drivers caught up in a multi-car crash less than 15 laps into the 500. “We were able to test some setups and adjustments that we can bring to the track this Sunday. Some things we liked, and some we didn’t like. It is so crucial to get a feel for the car because, when we get to the track this Sunday, we’ll start the race cold without practice or qualifying.” Almirola’s Stewart-Haas Racing teammate, Kevin Harvick, likewise feels like he learned a lot in the Busch Clash to prepare for this weekend. “It was basically a test for us on the road-course stuff,” he said.